Posts Tagged ‘career’

Defining Independent Contractors

Independent contractors can play a critical role in organizational staffing when hired and handled correctly. The lackluster rise in economic conditions has left in its wake a unique need for contractors.

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Eliminating Work From Home Options Becomes A Trend

What does this mean for future companies, employees, and essentially HR and recruitment? Big change is coming. While some are upset about this step back in the progression of work-life balance, others are wholeheartedly on board with the move “forward” toward a more traditional work environment.

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Employer Reconnaissance

Many recruiters already know what tools to use to research prospective candidates for jobs, such as social media sites and a simple Google search, but what about researching the actual companies you are representing to learn more about them?

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The Invisible Truths Behind Resumes

As a recruiter, you depend so much on a simple piece of paper to tell you if a candidate is well qualified and the right fit for the job. But do you ever wonder about what this document isn’t telling you?

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How To Recruit Happy People

It seems that lately our society has become intrigued with the notion of “happiness.” How do we define it? How do we acquire it? How do we keep it? And most importantly, how do we hire happy people?

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Hire a Leader Not a Narcissist

A strong leader in an organization is irreplaceable. Think Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs and General Mill’s CEO Ken Powell. America’s most popular bosses have more than their robust salaries and stellar reputations in common; they are born leaders.

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